Maggie Blackbird

Romancing Canada's Indigenous People

Today, author Sherry Roseberry is guesting at my blog.  She’s here to talk about her recently released romance titles: Deadly Double-Cross, Love Only Once, and Tender Deceptions.  Don’t forget to enter the Rafflecopter giveaway.

Today, I have author Christina Britton in the interview chair.  We discuss her writing process and her favourite authors.  I’m also reviewing her latest release A Match Made in London.  Don’t forget to enter the Rafflecopter giveaway. ****

As noted in my previous posts, I enjoy reading about Indigenous heroines.  So when I came across Robin Deeter‘s Paha Sapa Saga series, I had to click on the buy option.  According to her Goodreads page, Ms. Deeter is planning twelve books for the series. Available for purchase are:  Sacrifice and Reward, Winter Moon, The …

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I did a previous post about the novels–contemporary and historical–I’ve read, was reading, or planned on reading that starred Indigenous heroines.  Today, I’m blogging about more books I’ve discovered.  It doesn’t matter if the continent is North America, South America, Australia, or wherever else. As a matter of fact, after watching Mighty Cruise Ships by …

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It’s time for some fiction since I’ve been on a non-fiction kick as of late.  Last night, I popped Captive Spirit by Liz Fichera into my trusty old Sony e-reader.  Mind you I can’t comment on the beginning of the story because I fell asleep before I could begin reading LOL.  So I’m looking forward …

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I’ve been knee-deep in non-fiction for the past couple of months.  The other day I downloaded some fiction…finally.  How I’ve missed reading fiction–especially historical fiction.  I did a previous post about Sue Harrison‘s Ivory Carver Trilogy.  I’m finally starting her Storyteller Trilogy. Here are the blurbs for each story: Song of the River:  Eighty centuries …

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I read the first book, Restoring Hope, in Ruth Ann Nordin’s Native American Romance series and was impressed enough by the hero’s sister that I purchased Brave Beginnings, Julia’s story.  And yes, I’ll be buying the last in the trilogy, Bound by Honor, Bound by Love. Here is the blurb:  Julia Milton has said good-bye …

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I discovered a new author, Kathleen O’Neal Gear, a former state historian and archeologist, who writes historical romance about North America’s Indigenous people.  Her prose is rich in detail and her descriptions transport you back in time.  Currently, I’m reading This Widowed Land. Blurb:  Lovely Andiora is a Huron Indian in seventeenth-century North America. A …

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I’m really enjoying Linda Acaster’s Beneath the Shining Mountains.  I’m halfway through and can’t say enough about her prose, setting, and characters.  This is the only Native American book in her backlist.  My fingers are crossed she’ll write more. Here is the blurb: 1830s Northern Plains of America. Among the Apsaroke Crow people Moon Hawk …

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I’m still on my Indigenous heroines kick.  Here’s the latest book I popped into my old but trusty Sony:  Running Wolf by Jenna Kernan. Rival Tribes… Running Wolf is a valiant Sioux warrior. During his first raid as war chief, he captures a surprising Crow enemy — a woman! This spirited fighter is unlike any …

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I’m a romance junkie.  I got into romance through Sooner or Later, a young adult tale about a savvy girl in elementary school who falls for a high school senior.  Daring, huh?  It sure was for the time period when the novel was released by Bruce and Carol Harte. Thirteen and seventeen is a big …

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